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Social & Historical Sciences

Arlene Díaz (right), associate professor of history and Leah Shopkow, associate professor of history, collaborate on the History Learning Project.

Arlene Díaz (right), associate professor of history and Leah Shopkow, associate professor of history, collaborate on the History Learning Project.

The social sciences and history are vital areas of academic inquiry and are of central importance to a liberal arts education.  Students are expected to develop historical consciousness, learn to view the present within the context of the past; appreciate tradition; and understand the critical historical forces that have influenced the way we think, feel, and act.

Departments, Programs, and Centers in Social & Historical Sciences Division

African American and African Diaspora Studies
American Indian Studies Research Institute
American Studies
Anthropology
Apparel Merchandising and Interior Design
Applied Economics and Policy Research, Center for
Asian American Studies
Criminal Justice
Economics
Gender Studies
Geography
History
History and Philosophy of Science
Individualized Major Program
Intensive English Program
Latino Studies
Liberal Arts and Management Program
Linguistics
Political and Civic Engagement (PACE)
Political Science
Race and Ethnicity in Society (CRRES), Center for Research on
Second Language Studies
Social Research, Karl Schuessler Institute for
Sociology
Telecommunications